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[movies]Programmable Assembly, Three Short Examples. - Stanford Hand Eye Project
The first segment demonstrates the arm's ability to dynamically adjust for position and orientation changes. The task is to mount a bearing and seal on a crankshaft. Next, the arm is shown changing tools and recovering from a run-time error. Finally, a cinematic first: two robot arms cooperating to assemble a hinge.
Keywords: robot arm; Stanford AI Lab; SAILDART; SAIL film
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[movies]Stanford Mech Eng Cart
Stanford Mechanical Engineering 1966 film of a video line following cart without using a digital computer. This odd vehicle was handed off to the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and was used in the 1970s by a succession of Computer Science graduate students: Rod Schmidt, Bruce Baumgart and Hans Moravec for Artificial Intelligence work on computer vision and robotic vehicles. The Stanford Cart is now (2006) at the Computer History Museum.
Keywords: robot vehicle; Stanford Cart; SAILDART; SAIL film; Hans Moravec
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[movies]Orbital Skyhooks - Hans Moravec
Two parts of computer simulation depicting a dynamic orbital skyhook, a cable in a sub synchronous orbit that rotates to touch the planet surface. The first part shows a touch down and take off of an end of the cable at a hypothetical space port in Africa. The second segment shows an animated diagram of the cable skyhook as it rotates and orbits to "walk" the planet surface. Shot directly off a video monitor - low image quality...
Keywords: space elevator; orbital skyhook; Stanford AI Lab; SAILDART; SAIL film; Hans Moravec
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